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Will the conversation catalyzed by the Law Society of Ontario mean the end of articling?

Will the conversation catalyzed by the Law Society of Ontario mean the end of articling?

A nationwide conversation has started about how well the articling system is working and whether it should be scrapped

Copyright law: set for an overhaul?

Copyright law: set for an overhaul?

A look at the key recommendations of two recent House of Commons reports concerning Canadian copyright law

Immigration lawyers skeptical about consultant regulation

Immigration lawyers skeptical about consultant regulation

The federal government is creating a new regulatory regime for immigration consultants

Phishing for victims

Phishing for victims

A lawyer’s email can be both the front door through which clients enter and the back door through which thieves sneak.

Preparing for the inevitable hack

Preparing for the inevitable hack

In 2019’s online environment, experts in cybersecurity say businesses that handle personal information need to know that protecting themselves from liability is not a matter of if a data breach occurs but when.

Collecting employee data

Collecting employee data

Keyboard stroke and internet monitoring, video surveillance and examining social media postings. These are just a few ways in which employers might legally monitor employees and job candidates, all of which are used.